money. he said, look, we're operating on the fringes. a lot of the money, you can't deal with the core problems. money, as we talked about b, is not the issue. >> change is the issue. silicon valley or the movement to hollywood, the country is starting to take notice. the country, a summit on education, this is the national topic. we have to educate our way to a better economy. that money can drive fundamental change and reform like race to the top is goad p going to lead the country where we need to go. that generosity, it might not seem like a lot of money. the race to the top, $4 billion so i understand like a lot. we spent $650 billion a year on k through 12 education. less than 1% is changing the country. the money in newark, other money in detroit, washington, chicago, right here in new york, l.a., that private money all of us have investments, the business community, philanthropy, all of us have to be investing in public education. >> i've got 1:30.